Monday, March 27, 2006

People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones...

Michelle Malkin asks:
Is the White House capable of responding to these realities without accusing its critics of xenophobia, racism, and immigrant-bashing?

Well, Michelle, you are sitting in a glass house and throwing stones. It is one thing for claims of racism to come from suspect sources (like Julian Bond or others from the NAACP when people oppose racial quotas). It is another when two out of the three founders of are raising concerns about people you have cited (specifically, Lawrence Auster and Steve Sailer). And did you know that Jared Taylor, whose stuff is often run on, the website you've promoted, happens to be very chummy with some other folks, including Don Black... the webmaster of a place called

Your crying about the White House seems to be more about the fact that trhey are simply telling the truth about the people you have cited, linked to, and have endorsed as a "great resource", not malice on their part. Particulalry on the DPW deal, when you chose to falsely describe the UAE as "demonstrably unreliable", and in the process, fuelled the betrayal of an ally.

Sorry, but I find your complaints - and your question - to be an effort to keep people from asking the questions that naturally arise from your own decisions. Time to suck it up, Michelle. Maybe you should have done a better job picking your friends.

1 comment:

Ken Prescott said...

Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas.